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CBS
Sep 3, 2010 5:00am EDT
. the storm is starting to pass. ocean city right now the winds are 11 from the northeast. norfolk 22 gusting to the 30s an wilmington. we have to deal with earl through early amp here across the atlantic beaches and pull up to new england tonight. pax river you have light showers nearby an 79 in wallops island. it is warm down there. a hot day today but not as hot. highs around 90. drive home 87. it is 5:01. happy friday. >> wake up, folks. the weekend is upon us. right now we enter a new hour. and no new problems to tell you about. but first take you to 95. this is one tieup we have been keeping an eye on since this morning. it is southbound at the backlick road exit. volume is light. not affecting the flow of traffic. mainly northbound. you are looking at a smooth commute to the mixing bowl. 3 t 5 if you continue to this roadway. tracking taillights from the beltway to shirlington. 68 eastbound. -- 66 eastbound, happy to report the ramp is open. and wrap with a check on the outer loop. all is good from 95 to georgia. back to you. >>> right now hurricane earl is making its way up the east c
CBS
Sep 3, 2010 12:00pm EDT
winds. as we went through overnight they had more gusts. norfolk gusts of 28. through now, winds 32 hatteras, 22 norfolk. 28 ocean city. the winds mainly off shore. in fact this buoy here, north winds gusting to 38. that is east of fenwick island. that is where the heart of the heaviest winds are. still in ocean city with winds of 28 miles an hour and big waves it has been an impressive morning. scott, how's it going out there now? >> the story so far has been the surf. the winds have been relatively manageable, not much more than 2 -- 20 to 25 miles an hour. the beef is close -- the beach is closed because of the threat of rip currents. i'm standing in water here. this is unusual in ocean city. you don't see this but a few times a year an the water is almost up to the sea wall here the reason the sea wall is here is to protect the boardwalk. the waves are running ten to 12 feet and there is a surge as the hurricane pushes by the coast here. look at the shots at the inlet. a lot of the storm has become more of a curiosity for the visitors who are down here today. a lot of people wit
NBC
Sep 28, 2010 5:30am EDT
. this was early this morning in norfolk avenue in northwest. we're still trying to get information on that. four people are dead after being thrown from their vehicle. this happened along route 50. police say that crash involved a couple of box trucks. it is not certain if weather played a role in the crash. >> a white supremacist will spend years behind bars. he was sentenced for the beating of james privett. attack would not have happened if the man was white. >> authorities want to keep an eye on social media outlets in their fight against terrorism. this could lead to a change in wiretap laws. that possibility is getting a mixed reception. >> it is not hard to find a connected college student. is asomputer screen close as say laptop or a cell phone. >> i honestly cannot doing anything wrong. i think is fine. >> this has been ok for law- enforcement to wiretap suspected terrorist through cell phones and chat rooms. the law has to stop decrepit messages from blackberry or networking sites like facebook or skype. >> they should be able to look at facebook because you want to catch the bad guy.
CBS
Sep 3, 2010 6:00am EDT
not be the best time to take the trip but this amp and thenning go for it. norfolk 25 an we had calm winds here in washington. this storm is a coastal storm. not a washington storm. minimal affects in the metro. as we go to the latest wind gusts, you see 82 at hatteras. winds have turned to the northwest as the storm starts to pass. we have winds now at ocean city now gusting over 20 miles an hour and same with the beau buoy off federal island. just tropical storm conditions. we are in the 70s. winchester 9. mostly cloudy skies. this afternoon some sunshine highs around 90. it is 6:01. happy friday, angie. >> back at you, howard. thank you very much. hello, friends. we begin with a metro aer will. dupont circle the power is out and there's no escalator or elevator service. we're hearing shuttle buses have been requested. >>> move outside an show you inbound new york avenue. looks like we are building volume between the washington times building past bladensburg road. on the outer loop, switch the shot over from university to georgia. you are slow. on 88 -- 66, the delay is growing between route
NBC
Sep 28, 2010 5:00am EDT
boulevard. watch for possible lane closures in the middle river. also some closures near norfolk avenue because of police activity. the rest of the major roads look good. 11 minutes on the north and west side outer loop. this is harford road. so far so good of the outer and inner lips. so far looking at a bpretty easy ride on the west side. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> out west plans to buy airtran airways, merging the two largest discounts carriers. kim dacey joins us live from federal help with the details. >> this deal would be a billion-dollar deal. baltimore could expect to see some defects with 140 flights already out of bwi. the merger between southwest and airtran will mean more flights for carriers. there will spend more time on parking and foods. that translates into more revenue. there are some unanswered questions. no decisions have been made about eliminating employees. there will likely be job cuts at the corporate levels. more jobs could be coming to baltimore. >> southwest gets bigger at bwi. there are more flights and more people needed to service those fl
FOX
Sep 28, 2010 5:30am EDT
's affecting traafic in northfield3 avenue and norfolk avenue. you can stick with park or ellicott aaenue, and we have an accident thatthas shutdown %-corridor of 95, no probllms to report innthe whitemaash area. here ii a live look north of the 83, thh cars are mooing alongg3 the northbound and southbound lanes just fine. you're lloking at a 4-minute ride witt an average speed of 55 miles per hour. from 95 to 88, that stretch is goinn to take you 11 minutes. there you're looking at an average speed of 54 miles per hour. ww will remain clear from 795 with an 11-minutt trip with an avvrage speed of 55 mills per houu. ttat's the traffic edge report, ppatrice, back to you. >>> he videotaped hisstraffic -top and was charged with violating maayland's wiretapping laa. now a judge rules that the motorcyclist did not commit a crime. city police head quarer headquah the latest on ruling aad what it means to the public when it comes to video taping police -or all oo youuif you see a police officer, and you have a camera on your cell phone, it i3 no longer considered a violation -f marylann's law ac
ABC
Sep 8, 2010 5:00am EDT
for norfolk pushing that, and new york came in at 87 degrees. check out charleston, 93. so, oh, yes, it was a hot day yesterday. temperatures right now 75 degrees into baltimore. really weren't able to cool down that much, because we had the clouds out there. when you have the clouds, well, they act like a blanket and temperatures can't drop. 72 degrees in altoona right now. and pittsburgh coming in at 64. 71 charleston. norfolk 73. new york coming in at 77 degrees. we could get into the 90s again as we go throughout the day before the front passes because we're starting on the warm side. the satellite and radar picking up on the cold front, this is what we're waiting to come through. we have some cooler, drier air behind that. we can see what's ahead of the front. we do see a few showers trying to move in from the new england and down across the southeast as well. let me talk about the showers. the rain that's really falling as we go into texas. yes, all this is courtesy of what was once tropical storm hermine but right now it is a tropical depression. we can see lots of rain in ce
CBS
Sep 2, 2010 12:00pm EDT
to norfolk, virginia beach. passing the delmarva tomorrow. midday tomorrow, yeah, it will be rough through noon. after noon things will improve as the storm heads to massachusetts where they are under a hurricane warning for cape cod. an then the storm will be out of here quickly. the next 24 hours will be the worst around here. but the weekend will bring big changes once earl passes. i will have those details in a few minutes. thank you. >>> so far governor o'malley says it is unlikely that ocean city will have to be evacuated but the government is advising drivers not to drive to or from that area during the storm. scott broom has the latest on preparations that are occurring there. scott, what can you tell us? >> i'm outside of the emergency operations center in ocean city where there is a 1:00 briefing of officials. they are on the same page as governor o'malley. you can feel a little humidity building and a little breeze coming in from the east. that's a hint of the tropics and aahing of what's to come. as i said earlier, ocean city officials had talked to us and barring any big chang
CBS
Sep 6, 2010 4:30am EDT
in replaced the 60s. norfolk is on the humid side. our dew point down to 50. when you have dry air, light winds, clear skies, temperatures really drop. in cumberland it is 46. same with williamsport. 41 in bradford pennsylvania. 63 here in town. ocean city, atlantic city in the 50s and norfolk in the mid- 60s. winchester 52. petersburg 48. the bay, bay temperatures in the lower 70s. annapolis 68. 55 it's a beautiful morning in cambridge and tappahannock and fredericksburg and gaithersburg checking in with 57. 63 clear skies at national. a light northeasterly wind at six miles an hour and the dew point 50. oh, that's a good number this time of the year. the air feels good. while it feels good around here you can see what is going on around the country. plenty of storms from the northern plains and rockies through the great lakes. these are north of us in pennsylvania. an then in the gulf of mexico, check this out. this is a new tropical depression. classified last night td number ten. it would be hermine. it should make terror strength the next day or so coming on shore south of brownsvill
ABC
Sep 30, 2010 4:30am EDT
at the rainfall. 10 minutes ago, it is said to 0.48 inches of rain. now it is 2.572. norfolk is over 2 inches bri. the in moderate rains across most of the area the look of the areas in yellow, orange, and read it did it is all coming our way. that means this slow rush-hour commutes. how much can we expect? anywhere between 2 inches and 5 inches. some areas may see more than that. we have a winded by azeri that will go into affect its 6:00 in the morning. it could see when gusts of boards of 45 or 50 miles an hour. temperatures outsider in the lower 60's. it calls for breezy conditions. let's have an update on traffic. >> 95 northbound is between trainable and humphries into right lanes are blocked. the rain is still there. right now, i'm plenty take the lead to a picture traffic on the beltway. we will go back to pamela. >> thank you so much for their it is 4:54. it is 66 degrees. we will be right back. it is 66 degrees. we will be right back. thank you for more bold flavor!onds! more variety! more value! more of what you want... not what you don't. blue diamond almonds. (play-by-play announcer)
CBS
Sep 28, 2010 6:00am EDT
and this -- well, in addition to that, we have the police activity and oakfield is closed between norfolk. that's because of a vacant dwelling collapse. you'll want to take wall cot as the alter not and there are your drive times and speeds. minor delays between 795 and 95. 51 miles per hour there and there's a live look outside at 95. that's just at 32 and no delays despite the accident and the rain. it's getting busier north of white marsh. remember, wjz-13 is always on. >>> and here's what people talk about today. a huge airline merger could change the landscape at bwi and impact airfares. >> the biggest airline serving bwi thursday good marshall announces a buy outof the air plan for $1.5 billion >>ened a it's a merger. i don't know how it will effect them. >> and the south west ceo says that the airline will serve 100 million customer. the customers will benefit from the expand. >> reporter: and a downside is less competition. en south west airlines serves 42 markets and air tran flies to 22 cities. and including regional overlaps, that means less options to many, many cities. >> if you ha
CBS
Sep 29, 2010 6:00pm EDT
the rain. it's a ton of rain across the carolinas, even thunderstorms embedded from norfolk to raleigh. it goes all the way down to the florida keys. all this rain continues to keep moving in our general direction. that means heavy rain is expected later tonight and during the day tomorrow. because of that, they've already issued flash flood watches and for the southern bay and coastal areas a high wind watch with winds as high as 40, maybe 45 miles an hour. meteorologist bernadette woods as more on this massive system and how much rain we're going to get. bernadette? >> it has lost its name. the hurricane center has decided it doesn't have the tropical character rest ticks. the storm is still there and already affecting us and will continue through tomorrow. all of the rain getting funneled in our direction. it will be round after round of heavy rain. also some wind gusts interior areas up to 30 miles an hour. as far as rain goes, this is our biggest concern. we're thinking in this swath right in here is where the heaviest is going to fall. the thing is we could see localized amounts
ABC
Sep 30, 2010 5:00am EDT
the chesapeake bay, up to the bay bridge and down south to near norfolk virginia. that heavy rain slug is continuing to build in our direction. we have ponding on the roadways. check this out. look at the bottom of the screen. into midnight, 1.8 inches of rain. i'm talking about another additional 14 to 20 hours of rainfall, there's no doubt there's going to be rainfall amounts in maryland that top the 5 inch mark. that's going to be a hard push for a lot of the storm drain systems and levees and dams to handle. we have a potential severe flooding situation, in addition to the severe weather of the possible tornados. more on the forecast coming up, right now, a traffic issue out there. here's kim with the latest. >> sherrie johnson gave out good advice, make sure you have a lot of braking room between you and the vehicle in front of you. if somebody hits a plane of standing water and hydroplanes or if someone decides they can't continue on driving, be sure you're not going to be caught up in that. let's look at our cameras and maps, we have several incidents working, i-70 eastbound clo
CBS
Sep 1, 2010 6:30pm EDT
to friday morning it is parallel to norfolk and d.c. it will start to wind down to category 2 status by this time friday. and friday afternoon merging from category 2 to category 1 and all out of here before we get to friday evening. the areas of concern, if you do have plans in the next couple of days, they will be overnight thursday and friday midday. it won't be until we get to labor day weekend things are looking good. so if you have plans for the eastern shore, things are actually looking just fine. let's go back to our weather for tonight. sunny and warm for evening. temperatures in the 80s. temperatures will be cooler in the outer suburbs, warmer downtown. another unhealthy quality day tomorrow. as we go through thurs afternoon it looks like it will be warm. bring the temperatures back down. upper 80s to 90. lower to mid-90s for some. we stand at 94 in washington. high of 97 here today. still warm, at least the humidity has not been awful out there. the warm temperatures we start to see subside as we see the effects of earl on-shore. outer bands of clouds moving in. thursday a
CBS
Sep 3, 2010 4:00am EDT
norfolk there going to be affecting our area beaches shortly. south an east of town, northern neck, st. mary's county will get rain from this, as well. across the bay there's the front to the west. look at the radar. heavy bands in eastern north carolina approaching williamsburg and norfolk and a little close to us. a lot of clouds from earl but no rain in the metro except this evening when the front pushes through and then a slight chance of a shower. 82 at 9:00. 88 at noon. and a little sun late this amp. high of 90. we will be driving home with a temperature of 87. >>> first things first, happy friday. hope you are off to a great start. one tieup in virginia going southbound on 95 at backlick road. you are losing a couple of left lanes. northbound you are okay. on i-270 a little construction at 123. should be clearing in 30 and on eastbound 218, east of 301, watch for roadwork. it is taking away a right lane. jess? >>> a search and rescue team from maryland left for massachusetts. the 80-member crew will help with hurricane relief. gear was there when they headed out from rockville
NBC
Sep 2, 2010 4:30am EDT
arrives in the outer banks of north carolina. also, eventually late tonight in virginia beach and norfolk. by the time we get to friday morning, the weather will quickly be going downhill from new jersey, maryland and delaware, so virginia beach up to toms river. then by friday night, the peak of the worst of it in southern new england and eastern new england will come during the overnight hours, especially out there on cape cod with long branch, the montauk, new london, connecticut and nantucket, that will be the bad stuff on the cape. that's where we could have some significant damage from earl. very powerful storm this morning. well, if you're watching us on wsfa 12 in montgomery, alabama, with the summer's end, check out flowers of all shapes and sizes at "summer blossoms: a bouquet for alabama" at the alabama artists gallery. and that's your "early today event of the day." lynn. >> bill, thanks so much. >>> now here's an early look at this morning's headlines in entertainment. you probably heard who would be on "dancing with the stars" next season, but a hollywood reporter found out
NBC
Sep 29, 2010 4:30am EDT
. this will have another more heavy rn. the leading okay under next west of norfolk, that is movin through virginia. by midafternoon, will likely have rain arrivi here. all this coming from a tropical depression. and upper level winds are screaming along. so it's grabbing some of this tropical moisture way out ahead of the storm and bringing it up along the atlantic seaboard. this could become tropical storm nicole later today. it will likely continue on this same track coming inland as a tropical storm. it's not a major hurricane but it will have copious amounts of moisture with it and bring us three, four inches of rain by middle of the day tomorrow, beginning heavy attimes overnight tonight. and we will have the system continuing to advance to the north and pass thursday afternoon, taking the rain away with it. for today increasing clouds. rain likely arriving midafternoon. moderate to heavy rain after midnight tonight. flooding likely by this time tomorrow morning. during the take tomorrow, moderate to heavy rain. more flooding likely. tapering off and ending tomorrow afternoon. drying out satu
ABC
Sep 1, 2010 5:00am EDT
unhealthy air quality code red in baltimore, code orange philly and new york, richmond and norfolk. temperatures around 70 degrees. you see earl showing up thursday night and friday morning offshore with rain bands clipping assateague and ocean city. this is one model, that's wouldn't reasons we'll head down there for full coverage in ocean city beginning tomorrow and on friday. 95 degrees today, not quite record territory. that would be 99. through tonight back down to near 72. and then tomorrow, temperatures not as hot, 93, with more humidity and we'll talk more about our weekend forecast for labor day coming up. here is kim brown with a look at traffic. >> in towson we have a downed tree blocking all lanes at cromwell bridge road and glen eagles court, closed in both directions, police want you to avoid that intersection this morning. we're doing well on the roads. no delays or any accidents around the baltimore metro. this is the harrisburg expressway at shawan, very light volume, traffic managing to move at and above speed. as we look at the drive time, no problems the southbo
ABC
Sep 10, 2010 5:00am EDT
that came in at 79 degrees. 68 in altoona and into pittsburgh. roanoke into 3. norfolk came in at 83 and 74 into philly. check out new york, 73 degrees there. when we check out what's going on as of now, 58 degrees in baltimore, altoona 54 and pittsburgh 51. more of the same into charleston. 54 roanoke and 60 into philly. we're at 64 degrees into new york as of now. so yes, as you head out and about headed to school, grab the jacket because you will need it this morning. the moisture content once again is on the dry side so we'll factor that in with the winds so there could be a little fire danger. just not as bad as yesterday. the risk is still there. still the high dew points are down to the south where you are dealing with the sultry air. the winds are about 5 mile-per- hour sustained winds. hagerstown coming at 6:00 and d.c. is at 10:00. into york, we're about 5:00. then we could have gusts up to 20 miles per hour as we go throughout the day. the satellite and radar picking up on that canadian high. and we're getting that northwestly flow. the high will start to slade off towards the ea
ABC
Sep 13, 2010 5:00am EDT
in baltimore -- 2 in baltimore. warm and muggy towards norfolk. there's patchy thick fog in the mountains where it just looks like low clouds in the delmarva. it's really the clouds that have pushed east but we still have some of that stuff hanging in, hugging close to the ground and giving the appearance of fog in spots this morning. again, that will improve. we have a westerly flow and high pressure in control that will really drag in dry air once again. now that we got this one full day of moisture we desperately needed. we're going to get back to a dry weather pattern. there will be passing clouds to the north. overall forecast models indicate we have a quiet weather pattern which includes this afternoon as we start to clear out and temperatures get back a little above normal with our 2-degree guaranteed 82. we slip back into the 50s. patchy fog again tonight and for tomorrow looks like more sun and highs in the upper 70s to near 80. the extended outlook coming up. kim brown has a look at traffic. >>> we're busy to begin this monday morning. a serious crash in cecil county has northbo
ABC
Sep 27, 2010 6:00pm EDT
and storms down here into southern virginia. just inland of another funk and back into -- norfolk and back into parts of eastern carolina, unbelievable deluges of rain. that same wet weather tracking due north, really more northeast of north. the heaviest of this may in fact impact the eastern shore as opposed to central and western maryland but it's in central maryland where we have the flood watch. let's look now downtown. looking good. dry, 74. humidity high. uncomfortably so. it's muggy out there. winds southeast around 5 to 10. rain totals have been very high today. not so much right along the immediate chesapeake though we have a coastal flood advisory in these, these areas. rockville, more than an inch, in many cases pushing more than two inches. mount airy may have gotten two inches today as well as well as manchester. in the heavy downpours we had earlier this afternoon. so they were heavy. temperaturewise, mid-70s now. we'll float around 70 degrees through the overnight. muggy conditions, humidity close to 90% right now. that stifling and the moisture level dew points up around
ABC
Sep 29, 2010 5:30am EDT
around the coastline. philly, 69 new york. muggy 72 in norfolk. that's important. close to that boundary, ahead of the approaching storm, there's warm, tropical air, you can see leftover moisture off the coast, on down to southeast virginia. heavy rain near raleigh, durham, all that stuff spreading in our direction. we'll continue to have that flow pushing to our north, it appears chilly this morning. clouds will thicken up throughout the day. we continue to watch the slug of moisture extend through the carolinas and push through florida and cuba and the caribbean. that's our general focal point. the upper level low, core of cool air continues to spill its way in. will surge to the north. indications that a developing tropical storm that could get named today as nicole races to the north and could be across the chesapeake bay, by tomorrow afternoon and tomorrow evening. let's bring it home and check out our forecast models here, rain returning this afternoon. the bulk of the rain moves in by daybreak tomorrow. heavy rain across central maryland and towards d.c. indication of heavier mois
ABC
Sep 29, 2010 6:00am EDT
in new york, 72 in norfolk, sign of mugginess hanging along the frontal boundary along the coast. as we expected it to stall out east and south of ocean city. rain pushing through richmond, virginia and on down towards raleigh, durham. heavy rain beginning to spill up the piedmont. that will push in our direction. we're battling high pressure, spilling in from the west. rain coming out from the south, rain will develop from south to north throughout the day. overall that push from the south is really important. coastal georgia, stretching through most of florida. we're watching the upper level pattern and core of the cold air that will spill in by the weekend. back to our west, jetstream and strong winds will help to funnel all that moisture in our direction from what could be tropical storm nicole trying to form. near and just north of cuba. we'll take you back home, our computer models really indicating the fact there may be showers this afternoon. the main bulk of the rain will arrive by daybreak tomorrow. we expect to have heavy rain pushing into the region, especially by 5:00 a.m.
ABC
Sep 29, 2010 11:00pm EDT
norfolk. they are getting a lot of rainfall. the whole thing tracks further and further north. talled front along the coast. we are optimistic it'll begin to move out to seef. it stalls out we could see more rain. it's rain that won't be welcome. we have it 4:00 a.m. coming down pretty heavy. by nontomorrow still heavy rain. then we look for this to begin to push off shore as we go into tomorrow night. by then hopefully hit and miss shower was more of the rain out toward the beaches and just off shore. it's all courtesy of a huge flow of tropical moisture. flood watch up, rain getting heavier, tomorrow through the day. the heaviest of the rain, in to the early afternoon. 75 degrees or so, wet, and 60 tomorrow night as we optimisticly look for the rain to peel off into scattered showers. tapering off into dry weather friday. we think we are dry, sunny and much cooler in to the weekend. looks fall like and a chance to dry out toward sunday. >> thank you. >> firefighters go pink to raise awareness for beat cancer. howard county fire people trading their normal shirts for pink ones. the
CBS
Sep 27, 2010 4:30am EDT
. so we will have numerous showers and storms today. temperatures in the 60s here. 80s in norfolk. look at wisconsin. see the light blue color. >> yes. >> 30s. >> that's where fall is. we may get that cooler air as we head to the weekend. until then temperatures will struggle to get to the mid to upper 70s with showers and a couple of storms. southeast winds 10 to 15. patranya bhoolsuwan, that has to cause problems with wet roads. >> it is still early so not too many cars outside but it will pick up. so you want to leave the house a little earlier this morning. no incidents or accidents that we are seeing right now. some construction to watch for as you head out there. on 66 light traffic. just watch for road spray and make sure the windshield wipers are going as you leave this morning. wet road from duke to the pentagon and no accidents reported here. as we head over to maryland, same story. take time to get to work this morning. from 109, no problems out to the beltway. we will end up at new york avenue. no problems here either. smooth sailing for drivers in dc. andrea, back to you. >
CBS
Sep 1, 2010 12:00pm EDT
here, hurricane -- south open but tidewater, norfolk and hampton roads up have to watch out. this is likely to be upgrade to a tropical storm warning, maybe tonight or tomorrow, as we get closer 24 hours out. those are the warnings as they stand now. the hurricane itself is well defined, impressive looking, color enhanced, you can see the clouds wrapping around the center. it has a chance to get stronger moving north and east. on 9 futurecast, you can see the storm skirting the coast and by midday friday, beginnings to pull north and east. heaviest around coastal areas. we may not have rain and we need train but this is a coastal storm, not so much here we'll have problem with the waves and beach erosion. category three storm through friday. it will pull out for the weekend but still a category three or two storm as it move in the midatlantic. i'll have more including the seven-day in a few minutes. >> thank you, howard. >>> officials are planning to meet today and will brief the media this afternoon. we're in ocean city with the latest on conditions and preparations for t
CBS
Sep 1, 2010 7:00pm EDT
eisenhower making its way toward the norfolk naval base. the uss cole, surviving a bombing, coming in through the chesapeake bay, all running for their lives to get ahead of the storm. >> so the vacationers here, very concerned about this. none too happy about the rains that we are expecting on thursday and into friday. and the emergency managers say if you're thinking about coming down here, watch the forecast very, very closely. back to you. >> very well said, bruce leshan, thanks for that. and we'll bring you live reports from all along the eastern seaboard an over the next few days and you can down load our hurricane tracker at wusa9.com. just click on weather. >>> the good thing is hopefully this won't wreck the whole weekend. >> no. we have some very good news. in the last weekend weather up -- weather update, late friday things will look good for the weekend. saturday and sunday into monday, picture perfect and free of earl. where is he right now? we'll look at the latest watching and warnings. again the warnings that bruce was just telling us about, that's in north carolina. that will
CBS
Sep 1, 2010 11:00pm EDT
the cloud cover in washington. i don't think we'll see the showers. this will be defined towards norfolk and washington city. this is 6:00 on friday. friday mid day we'll see the storm lifting up. atlantic city friday afternoon and friday evening it's out of here. this front, we have to watch may be sparking a shower but we know for sure that ushers in much better air once we get to saturday afternoon and evening in washington. 7-day forecast, altogether for us, 94 on friday before the front comes through and you'll feel the front pick up just a little bit and 80 degrees on sunday and a little more on labor day. hurricane earl, early friday morning, through friday afternoon, really just clouds and a brief picking up in d.c. is all we have to look out for. >> and a nice weekend after that. thanks . >>> i thought baseball players couldn't fight at all, but apparently, some have the ability to get punched out. >> i've seen a million baseball fights and none get punched, until tonight. a knock-down drag out between the nats and marlinses, see what started it all. why albert haynesworth may b
CBS
Sep 2, 2010 4:30am EDT
tonight. tomorrow morning we are looking at a category three storm. not far off shore from norfolk an the delmarva here. so, this will bring big winds and waves. 50-mile an hour winds potentially for ocean city. martha's vineyard here, by friday night, maybe toward midnight they could be getting hit on the cape and then in to canada over the weekend will be doing better by then but the storm needs to be watched. we have watches and warnings for you. these are hurricane warnings here. in to virginia becomes a tropical storm warning. hurricane watch up for the cape. before the seven day, we want to show you the wind fields here. yellow is tropical storm winds and the red is hurricane. by 2:00 tonight hurricane-force winds on the outer banks. tomorrow morning notice how the tropical storm-force winds are grazing the delmarva to louis, delaware tousles purrry. op the west side of the bay not close enough. closer to annapolis gusting to 20. to easton 30-mile an hour busts but it is really going to be a coastal storm an with the waves and winds beach erosion as well but it will race quic
CBS
Sep 2, 2010 7:00pm EDT
though, the tropical storm force winds will work northward up into virginia beach and also into norfolk. now let's stop it again. 6:00 a.m. tomorrow, now we have tropical storm winds from the bay, southern bay, south of st. mary's city and deal island and bethany southward. so we talked about this monday and tuesday. the tropical storm force winds were a lock on the delmarva and that hasn't changed. we're looking at more tropical storm force winds including rehoboth, delaware bay at noon and then the storm will pull away quickly. in fact we'll finish friday pretty strong in the beach with a nice sunset. but in the wake of the winds we'll have good rip currents through friday afternoon and into saturday. the only caveat is that and weather wise it will be a good weekend. critical time is 6:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. winds 40 miles per hour. a advisal for the tidal potomac but this is not like isabel, i don't see any problems in the tidal pact. so i wouldn't sandbag. deal island south could see waves tomorrow. temperatures down to 89. high was 95. 84 in gaithersburg. 84 in manassas. pretty plea
CBS
Sep 3, 2010 4:30am EDT
in to the norfolk region. just between richmond and williamsburg as well and close to us, we have a few light, i want to emphasize light rain showers showing up on live doppler 9000 hd. southern maryland, leonardtown, lusby, saint leonard you may see a few sprinkles here. more in to the northern neck. heavier south to richmond. and even on the eastern shore, here's deal island. this could get up to tillman, vienna and easton may get a shower out of this. north an west of this -- i don't think this will get much more -- it might get up to mechanicsville or parts of eastern and southern charles county but for the most part i think the problem is a coastal problem. let's go to the weather computer and talk about the track of earl. earl by the way, a category two. winds yesterday were 145. now they are only 10 a. gusting to 125. the pressure has gone up and the organization has gone down and that's a good thing. we will watch earl as it moves up the coast. by noon passing ocean city, a little further away so the winds won be as strong as ocean city as cape hatteras. tonight, look at this. weakening,
CBS
Sep 30, 2010 6:00am EDT
the sow. to the south we have tornado warnings from the norfolk area that are creeping closer to us. here's a look at live doppler 9000 hd as we go to break. the really heavy stuff across the bay but moderate to heavy rains area wide. the full forecast when we return. >>> a consumer alert. you have good credit and the bank won extend you credit when you need it. >> reporter: investors trying to recoop their losses. families working to save their homes and small businesses struggling to ring up sales. many say they could make it if the bank would just give them a loan. >> you go there and get laughed at. >> reporter: joe owns planet depot. his company is thriving after rejected at every turn. >> this deposition is taking place at georgetown university hospital. >> reporter: thanks to lending club he is able to dispatch court reporterrers and cameras an the globe. >> this is a game changer. we are out there with a product that allows individuals to get out of debt. >> reporter: john is talking about a peer to peer lending service. lending club brings borrowers with good credit together with
NBC
Sep 30, 2010 5:00pm EDT
rain z caused flooding all acss the atlantic region. this was the scene in norfolk, virginia, this morning. as you can see, this entire section was under water. other roads across the city also flooded. rescue teams had to help some motor is who got stranded when their car stalled. and flooding's causing big problems up in baltimore as well. sevennches of rain fell before 11:00 this morning and several roads are closed because of standing water or outright flooding. >>all of this wet weather has a lot of people asking, what does homeowners insurance cover when it comes to water damage. it is not as straightforward as you might think. the insurance information institu breaks it down for us. if water comes from the sky, such as rain leaking in your roof, homeowners insurance will cover that damage. if t water comes from the ground up as a result of a swollen creek or if standing rainwater seps into your basement, you are not covered. that's when your flood insurance kicks in. but you have to have flood insurance. it's a federal flood insurance policy that you have to buy for th
MSNBC
Sep 30, 2010 5:30am EDT
of tornadoes overnight eastern north carolina. norfolk and virginia beach are the areas of greater concern. the radar, all the green is the rain. the yellows and the reds are more thunderstorms that are moving through. d.c. to philadelphia is the worst of the drive, but new york city is about to get nailed. we're going to see the first bans of heavy rain pulling up through the tri-state area here during the next hour right as we start the heart of the rush hour. there's the area in maroon. flash flood warnings throughout the d.c. area. through philly and new york. it will be a rough day. this will be about a 24-hour event of heavy rain, gusty winds. new york city under a high wind warning. could see winds gusting to 50 miles per hour at times. the airports are going to be a mess. there's really no way around it. the morning commute will be hard enough. >> if you're traveling to d.c. from farther north get on the acela, is that your suggestion? >> trains will do well unless the tracks flood or a tree falls on them. not on the train. if they fall on the track and delay it. >> ugly day. >>> l
NBC
Sep 25, 2010 8:00am EDT
. the front will go down to near norfolk. we will not get into the really chilly air. each of those waves that, it will throw some moisture our way. that is not in today's forecast. today, we will see a lot of sunshine. on unseasonably warm weather will continue. 83 degrees to 87 degrees is the high. lisa, you have a hurricane named after you. it is way out in the atlantic. that is hurricane lisa. it will stay out over the atlantic ocean. what is left of matthew is over central america. it will be causing problems there. it looks like another storm will be headed for the gulf of mexico later into the week and next weekend. right now, we're looking at brain chances of coming in on sunday. the best chance for rain will be on monday and tuesday. there could be some pretty good rain. our forecast is 85 today, 71 tomorrow. monday and tuesday, we have a rain chance. the chances taper off wednesday. thursday and friday look dry. highs will be in the 70's which flows in the 50's and 60's -- with lows in the 50's and 60's of next week. >> obesity brings on all kinds of problems, but it had not been con
NBC
Sep 28, 2010 11:00pm EDT
depending on whether or not it develops and the track it takes you. can see the heavy rain by norfolk. by 11:00 tomorrow evening with the showers puring up, the rain gets heavy on thursday. potential for a few inches of rain along the path of the storm before it clears out and move as way for friday and the upcoming weekend. watch the computer forecast for the amount of rain we expect over the next couple of days. the red and orange stride shaded areas, you start to get in the three to five inch rainfall possibilities as storm is passing by and can be accompanied by severe thunderstorms. as nicole tries to form and come our way, increasing clouds tomorrow. most of the day dry you theres is a chance for showers tomorrow evening. winds will be light but we have to watch nicole to impact the weather wednesday to thursday. 7-day-forecast. another batch of rain maybe heavy and severe f thunderstorm. possible. highs in the 60 and lows in the 40's. >> in order to stay head and shoulders above they will have to focus on the player with for shampoo sales. we'll explain next in sports. tax on everyth
ABC
Sep 30, 2010 6:30pm EDT
searching down main street. and we are in norfolk, right now, looking at the traffic not able to drive around the flooding. there is more rain, diane. look at the map. there's a second batch of moisture, this is what was left of the center of nicole, that is going to travel just about the same path as the rain did today. that means two to four additional inches of rain, and that's from maryland up into maine. diane? >> that's right. up to your ankles and climbing. thank you, sam champion. >>> and president obama will make the official announcement tomorrow. his friend, the tough-talking chief of staff rahm emanuel is leaving. he is known for his lightning brain and hair-trigger temper and ensured the white house would never be boring. now, back to chicago to make waves there, and jake tapper broke the story on monday, and has more tonight. >>> reporter: rahm emanuel was a chief of staff whose provocative and hard-charging reputation, and foul mouth, were famous enough to be spoofed on "saturday night live." >> you come after me on facebook? what are you, 14? here's a status update, gro
ABC
Sep 13, 2010 6:00am EDT
possibly dangerous. it's a monster and somebody to be -- something to be watched all week. 68 in norfolk. 50s inland. they've had a chance to clear out and cool down overnight. that is the air mass that builds in here. while we take that old system off the coast still dealing with low clouds and fog. delmarva, even patchy fog around baltimore county this morning. up in the hereford zone. it's going to be the dry air that winds out. there's not much action going on. just fast-level, upper level winds carrying moisture across the great lakes. really no organized systems to be found here. for much of the upper coming week though our forecast model indicates some passing clouds tonight, tomorrow morning and another chance of a system trying to head here middle to latter part of the week. until then we have a good setup. the clouds and some patchy fog. this afternoon it's going to be clearing skies, nice pleasant breeze and our 2-degree guaranteed high of 82 as we head on in through the northwestern suburbs hanging back to 78 degrees westminster. you'll turn mostly sunny as well. 80 parkton.
ABC
Sep 23, 2010 5:30pm EDT
like 95 in in richmond, 59 norfolk. hot, that's the theme. keep that goin' one more day tomorrow. finally temperatures begin to head down saturday especially sunday into monday. in the meantime we've got this hot air mass in place and it really not going to shift very quickly. you can actually see the jet stream riding north of that giant area of high pressure which is centered right over the carolinas and really just off the north carolina actually and as this thing just sits there the boundary with the cooler air bottled up to the north is going to hold. that's the bottom line. as we zoom back in a little closer to home our futurecast bottom line, tomorrow we'll see a few additional clouds, maybe a few thunderstorms up into pennsylvania, i don't think we're going to see anything here. that is just too far to the north. now as we go into saturday it does drop down but it looks like that front is gonna come through try and so temperatures cool down, winds shift out of the north but i don't think we see any rain with that. and we've got to talk about the tropics. this is tropical
ABC
Sep 28, 2010 6:00am EDT
avenue closed between norfolk avenue and fairview avenue. use wolcott as an alternate. on the outer loop, reports of an accident at 795, that may have already been cleared but just keep an eye open for that. in middle river, a pair of crashes, one still has kingston road closed between eastern boulevard and hawthorne road. another accident reported in a residential area, old eastern boulevard near harrison avenue and out in western howard county, down wirings in the roadway has old frederick road closed between marriottsville road and cove wood lane. use the baltimore national pike to get around that. >>> 6:17. your kids have been in school a month now and chances are they are already worn out on the lunches. fear not. not only can you make them fun but they can be healthy, too. here's susan. >> reporter: chips and bologna and take that, prepackaged snacks. school lunches can be fun and good for you. it only takes a little imagination. >> a good meal consists of four parts. whether it's for a packed school lunch or a dinner. a protein. a whole grain. a fruit or vegetable and a heart-heal
ABC
Sep 28, 2010 6:30am EDT
a road closure in baltimore city, that happens oakfield avenue closed between norfolk avenue and fairview because of a reported building collapse, wolcott should get you around that. western howard county, down wires has old frederick road closed in both directions between cove wood lane and marriottsville road. try to avoid that area as well. another accident in baltimore city, southbound lanes of the bw parkway, only one lane gets by as you approach waterview so probably try to take 95 as an alternate. >> wow. >> busy on the roads. my goodness. >> glad we're at work all right. >>> take it easy if you're heading anywhere. if not, stick around for "good morning maryland" at 9:00. >> right? >> right. we'll be here. >>> good morning, america. i'm george stephanopoulos. >> and
ABC
Sep 28, 2010 5:00pm EDT
avenue this morning. the road was shut down for a time between norfolk avenue and fairview avenue while crews worked at the scene. yesterday, a building on druid hill avenue and laurens street collapsed. no one was inside and no one was hurt. >>> weather-wise today, had some showers, even some thunderstorms this morning. then the sunshine out and kind of muggy but cooler and drier is going to be the story tonight. then big changes on the way as we work into tomorrow night into thursday. looks like more rain. 81 at the inner harbor now. we've got 79 in annapolis. 79 in cambridge. maryland's most powerful doppler radar, and our satellite trend both showing clearing out of the west. just an isolated shower or two up in the central western part of the state. but not much at all. so the rest of the evening we're talking about 70s, variably cloudy skies, a little breezy out there. temperatures cooling off tonight. a nice start tomorrow. then once again we think the weather is going to take a turn for the worse. we'll have details on this next round of possible flooding rain coming up. >>> the
CBS
Sep 24, 2010 4:30am EDT
afternoon, although well south and east of town, norfolk, williamsburg, newland you could see a stray shower in the afternoon and up to the lake and the midwest another front is heading this way and we watch the low pressure develop on sunday. this could bring us showers on sunday but with a northeast wind it will be much cooler by then. today, hope the ac is working. mid to upper 90s in a few spots except for the bay where it is 88. by the way, matthew developed yesterday late. this is heading toward nicaragua. about it skirts the coast. could be a hurricane and then where does it go? could be tremendous rains across the yucatan. this thing may head to the u.s. next week and if it gets back in the gulf could be more trouble. 85 tomorrow. 73 on sunday with late showers possible. monday and tuesday, some showers and storms here and there. temperatures in the 70s to nearle 8 -- to near 80. it is friday. >> tgif. can't say that enough. look at the maps real quick. a couple of things to show you -- or not. go ahead and begin with a live shot of 95, heading northbound smooth sailing past the prin
FOX
Sep 29, 2010 7:00am EDT
to the forth and west, 52 degrees in pittsburgh. 72 down in norfolk, virginia. and 73 in cape hatteras. we'll ring out this tropical storm headed our way with the cool temperatures. it's like a sponge and it will squeeze moisture across the mid- atlantic over the next couple of days. today, no problems. clouds increase. could be a few late-day showers. the main event overnight and into tomorrow. this is a one-two combination. the first part is across the carolinas moving north and it will draw with it the tropical storm. look at florida right now. a lot of tropical storm and they are expecting up to a foot of rain across southeast sections of florida later today and that's moving in our direction. so we have a flood watch for later tonight. that's right, a flash flood watch tonight and into tomorrow. where we are expecting heavy rain and temperatures in the mid-70s and then friday, saturday and sunday much quieter. and then cool by saturday and sunday with highs only around 70. >> that rain. i heard on the radio show that coach thompson was saying that alligator or crocodile was cuddly yes
FOX News
Sep 2, 2010 9:00pm EDT
in virginia the.ñh÷ united states navy tied down dozens of ships in norfolk. officials say earl is not dangerous enough so they have to move the ships from shore. the governor has declared a state of emergency and sent 200 national guard troops to the coast. steve harrigan is streaming live from virginia beach it appears to be a little windy. >> reporter: shepard, steady gusts now. it has been stronger than it was an hour ago. the trees now bending, but not breaking. the surf up as still more a sense of curiosity than fear. you have families walking, parents with children along boardwalk. people on the beach taking pictures. along these beach front hotels people taking pictures. more in expectation than fear. we did see people boarding up their windows with plastic or wood not a sense of trepidation. right now experts saying the eye could pass more than 100 miles offshore. we could be looking here at 55 mile hour winds. the real concern seems to be what it could do for tourism this weekend. this is a major weekend here virginia beach there's a large concert series scheduled as w
MSNBC
Sep 2, 2010 1:00pm EDT
it moving up to the outer banks. tomorrow in the middle of the night into early morning is where norfolk and virginia beach get the worst of it. rapidly goes up to cape cod. that's also out there in block islands through the islands. this storm is going to miss the united states. even on a weak back side we could see winds of 100 miles per hour. that's not exactly weak. we will see damage. >> nothing to sneeze at, indeed. bill karins, thank you so much. ron mott, thank you. i know you'll be at your post throughout. coming up next, is israel's prime minister going to extend his moratorium? that's a big issue. later we hear from one of president abbas' members. >>> plus which three em battled senators could decide who wins the senate? catching up over wood-grilled shrimp and chicken. and with lunches starting at just $6.99... it's an hour you wouldn't trade for anything. ♪ now the healing power of touch just got more powerful. introducing precise from the makers of tylenol. precise pain relieving heat patch activates sensory receptors. it helps block pain signals for deep penetrating rel
CBS
Sep 2, 2010 4:00pm EDT
around the norfolk area. as we continue to contract and watch this up toward the general region over the next 12 to 24 hours. take a look at the track once again. we'll be updating this as the storm comes in. but the storm has been dropped to a category 3 storm. it was a 4 most of the day. winds down to 125, moving off to the north. eventually to the northeast at around 18 miles per hour. by the time it gets up to noon, it will be a category bonn. in -- category 1. in our region, offshore by noon, probably a strong category 2. let's go to a couple of graphics real quick. we have a closeup view. you can see the track just offshore, moving there. i think you'll see pretty strong wind gusts n. our region, we have a coastal flood advisory in effect. a tropical storm warning for thation city area, sussex county, worcester and virginia. hurricane watch for those folks. i think there may be a period of 4 to 6 hours where they can have tropical storm force winds. anything in excess of 39 miles per hour. tim has a look at how this may affect our local weather and the bay in our general region
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